Spending two months without a club being released from Kayserispor, Geoffrey Mujangi Bia ended up signing at Lokeren in September.

However, fast forward to February, and it was announced on Tuesday the twice capped Belgium international had seen his contract with the Belgian club terminated for ‘urgent reasons’.

A day later, HLN have revealed the former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Watford loanee was sacked not for repeatedly arriving late at training or not being attentive during tactical meetings, but for throwing a chair at a coffee machine during a meeting with staff members after Lokeren’s loss to KV Kortrijk.

The 29-year-old is now without a club, and it will be interesting to see if he manages to land on his feet after his outburst.

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The winger joined Wolverhampton on loan for 18 months back in 2010 from RSC Charleroi, during which time he made eight appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal in the FA Cup in a 5-0 win at Molineux against Doncaster.

As for his time at Watford, that came during the 2012-13 season, when the Hornets brought him in for the season from Standard Liège.

He featured just three times in the Championship, once in the FA Cup and once in the League Cup, starting the latter in a 2-1 home loss to Bradford before being taken off in the 57th minute.

Following those spells, the winger played in Switzerland with FC Sion before moving to Turkey at Akhisarspor. It’s been a slippery slope.